background preloader

Moodle

Moodle
Skilled Instructional Designers are similar to Master Chefs! They cook the dish of quality eLearning in all formats – custom eLearning content development, rapid eLearning, mobile learning or microlearning. Whichever may be the eLearning format, the core ingredients they use determine the learner’s appetite for learning. Keeping these ingredients handy can help instructional designers create effective eLearning content that promotes in-depth learning which brings behavioral changes as well as improves on-job performance. There’s no space for bad eLearning design. (Don’t let your learners struggle to retain the information. As a committed eLearning professional, it’s high time to give your learners a break from the monotonous or traditional eLearning. Let’s now explore the 4 core ingredients that add the blended flavor of instructional design and visual design to eLearning Content Development. 1. A Compelling Intro Could Be… 2. Relevancy is the key. 3. 4. Conclusion 1. 2. 3. 4. Conclusion

https://www.swiftelearningservices.com/custom-elearning-4-fundamental-ingredients-to-set-your-elearning-content-development-on-fire/

Related:  emilyrose89ericmason90astephanie72elliea356

Moodle Let’s see a case study where we have successfully exhibited the legacy content conversion services. Company’s Outline: A prominent e-commerce company having a diversified experience of providing fast-moving goods to its customers approached us for conversion of Flash to HTML5 elearning courses. Three sets of courses each consisting of 70 flash slides need to be converted into HTML5 and also need to transform into multi-lingual eLearning programs to reach global audience in their native languages. Proposed Solution: eLearning Solution Case Study on Discount Store Retail Training Highlights Development of eLearning programs for all major work areas such as Store Procedures, Machine Management, Driving Practices, etc.Learning content simplified to address different capability workforce such as drivers, mid-level store workers, assistant store managers and technicians.Course features – Learning Avatars, Contextual Interactions, interactive content design but without Narrations. Requirement Profile Discount store involves uniform operational processes performed by very large members of a retail store team.

Custom eLearning Development Solutions For Retail Sales Training In the Retail Industry, custom eLearning offers massive benefits as opposed to the traditional instructor-led training in terms of retail employee training. Training the sales staff pose industry-specific challenges such as restricted training budgets, dispersed workforce, high turnover rates, etc. Embracing custom eLearning for product knowledge, onboarding, compliance and sales skills would help retailers overcome these challenges. With the rising trends like Microlearning, mobile learning and gamification, eLearning is now more powerful and can address retail sales training needs like never before. Best Practices for Successful Custom eLearning Development Looking to implement custom eLearning development solutions in your organization? This blog will provide you the best practices for custom elearning content development that fits your organization’s culture and context! Elearning is really impactful when it sticks!

E-learning Content Localization, Translation and Voiceover Services eLearning is more effective when delivered in the learner’s native language. As part of business expansion, the global companies need to reach out to their audience and deliver the training in the language and culture they understand best. To achieve this, we work with you to recreate and transform your learning content to suit global markets. “With a wide range of experience in translation and localization of content into 30+ languages, Swift can help you create diverse multilingual solutions to meet your specific training needs and increase your brand integrity within a reasonable budget.” eLearning is more effective when delivered in the learner’s native language. As part of business expansion, the global companies need to reach out to their audience and deliver the training in the language and culture they understand best.

HTML5 – The Future of Responsive eLearning Courses Undoubtedly, Adobe Flash was ever-popular and gold-standard of eLearning course creation that was absolutely rich in high level interactivity, engaging animation, graphics, flexibility, diversity, uniformity, etc. Unfortunately, incompatibility issues and Stagnant progress has made Flash a fewest option now-a-days. As learning methodologies took the digital route, inevitable thanks to the wave of new standard in the world of eLearning i.e., HTML5 which became new favorite among eLearning professionals. Hypertext Markup language 5 (HTML5) is the highly advanced, latest, robust, and versatile standard of HTML that serves best in designing and developing eLearning courses to meet diversified needs of global audience across array of devices. HTML5 has made the future of eLearning by structuring and presenting responsive courses, loaded with outstanding interactions, rich media, graphics, and many more.

Why You Should Invest in Custom eLearning Content Development If you are looking to invest in custom eLearning solutions and unclear whether to invest in custom or off-the-shelf e-Learning, then this post is for you. Custom eLearning is the eLearning that is adapted or customized to specific learning needs to bring improved performance with desired learning and business outcomes. Custom eLearning if designed well can have edge over classroom training. This is because it is specific – Tailored to your corporate training needs, branding values, learner styles and preferences, providing a personalized learning experience. Template-based eLearning or off-the-shelf courses can be inexpensive and easy to develop. Whereas creating custom eLearning takes time and efforts to develop, but the returns are worth the investment and could be cost-effective in the long run.

Migration of Legacy eLearning Courses to HTML5 Legacy eLearning courses are the courses developed in the 1990’s or until 2012. This is a generic approximation made based on the fact that new eLearning technologies have emerged from 2012. The courses developed prior to this period are considered out-dated or legacy courses and needed enhancement to meet new learning requirements and challenges like responsive and mobile compatibility. What Does Section 508 and WCAG standards for Your eLearning? The Section 508 and WCAG plays an important role in making technology accessible to people with disabilities like deaf or hearing impaired, vision impaired, etc. To cater to the needs of people with disabilities, Section 508 and the WEB Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) will lend a helping hand in accessing the e-learning content. WCAG and Section 508: (WCAG): Web Content Accessibility guidelines are the guidelines with technical standards, to make web content handy in reaching out to disabled people. It has been conceptualized by W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) which is an international group supported by its own members and public, in developing and altering web standards. The WCAG is categorized into three levels which resemble one another based on accessible standards.

Convert Your Legacy Courses – Adobe Flash to HTML5 Selecting an Authoring Tool that Supports Responsive E-Learning To ensure legacy courses work seamlessly and is effectively accessible on multiple devices thereby offering users an optimal viewing experience, it is imperative to select an authoring tool which supports and is responsive to the varying screen sizes of multiple devices. Some of the very good authoring tools that facilitate responsive e-learning are Articulate Storyline: Help developers convert legacy courses effortlessly and efficiently from multiple devices, includes ready-to-use templates with interactivities, and offers seamless translation of courses. Adobe Captivate: A reliable authoring tool comprising value-added and innovative features such as multi-device compatibility, supports xAPI/Tin CAN API to track learners’ response in real-time or for accessing courses offline, and offers opportunities for collaborative learning. Lectora Inspire Conversion Suite: Facilitates faster conversion of courses for multiple devices.

Related: